sinus augmentation

sinus augmentation

, sinus lift
Oral surgery to replace lost bone in the maxilla (the jaw bone in which the top row of teeth are anchored). It can be used to prepare the maxilla for dental implants, or to repair congenital oral defects.
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Autologous bone is considered the gold standard in sinus augmentation procedures but exposes to donor site morbidity.
Bovine bone mineral (BBM), the most broadly used scaffold in sinus augmentation, has similar morphology and mineral composition with human cancellous bone [15].
Maxillary sinus augmentation for endosteal implants: organized alternative treatment plans.
Appropriate for both students and practicing dentists, the clinical guide provides detailed instructions for performing sinus augmentation procedures in restoring the posterior edentulous maxilla with dental implants, and identifies anatomical landmarks to evaluate before surgery.
The maxillary morphology is important during planning of dental procedures such as dental implantation and sinus augmentation (Malec et al., 2014), as well as anthropologically in forensic identification such as age or population affinity.
Sinus augmentation for dental implants: The use of autogenous bone .
Maxillary sinus augmentation: histomorphometric analysis of graft materials for maxillary sinus floor augmentation.
It identifies the blood vessels on the side walls of the maxillary sinus, which is necessary in cases of sinus augmentation. CBCT technique is of great importance to doctors in the prevention of postoperative complications.
In conclusion, the findings from the present four case reports support the use of Re-Bone as a bone substitute in maxillary sinus augmentation procedures.
To allow proper implant placement in posterior maxillary areas, the sinus augmentation procedure was proposed by Tatum (9) 1977, with a description of the procedure first being published by Boyne and James (10) in 1980.